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Submarine to Hull and Back - 2018 Update
04 January 2018 15:15 Post ID: #1566785 - in reply to #1566783
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FireWall - 4/1/2018 14:59



TO BLEED THE MONKEY To extract rum from its barrel by boring a small hole in the barrel.





Sorry, but this is inaccurate.

For this to work, TWO small holes must be bored.

Trust me, I've done it often enough....


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04 January 2018 15:18 Post ID: #1566786 - in reply to #1566783
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FireWall - 4/1/2018 14:59

Following on from E4CBL, I thought I would post up some naval slang that might apply for your trip, the thing is the list was getting a bit long even after removing some, this is as far as I got.

Just couple of questions from me, who's going to serve the Blood Chit? And Swallow Knockers Anchor?

ADRIFT This is the accepted Naval word for anyone or anything that cannot be found when it is wanted.

TO SWALLOW THE ANCHOR - To leave the Navy for good - implying that one has no further use for the implement one has for so long trusted.

BALE The verb to bale out, meaning to remove water, comes from the old name "boyle" for a bucket.

BEAR UP! A sailing expression, meaning to bear the tiller up to windward in order to keep the vessel’s head away from the wind. It is in common use, with the metaphorical meaning of "Keep your spirits up!"

ROUND THE BEND General Navy slang for "half-witted".

THE BILBOES Old Naval slang name for leg-irons (referred to in the phrase "clapped him in irons".

BLACK-COATED WORKERS Common slang name for stewed prunes.

TO BLEED THE MONKEY To extract rum from its barrel by boring a small hole in the barrel.

THE BIGGEST BLOCK IN THE SHIP is the butcher’s block (Old Naval catch question).

BLOOD CHIT Naval slang name for the Indemnity Certificate required to be signed by a civilian before embarkation in a Service ship or aircraft.

BOBBERY Slang word for any hubbub, from Pidgin English; probably from an Indian soldier’s customary shrill outcry when disturbed.

BOTH SHEETS AFT An old Naval phrase descriptive of a sailor with his hands in his pockets.

BROWN JOB Naval nickname for a soldier.

BUN-WORRY (OR BUN-FIGHT) An old Naval officers’ slang name for a tea-party, with ladies, ashore.

BUM NUTS Naval Term for eggs


Thanks, very useful.

Is BLEEDING THE MONKEY something you'd do after SPANKING it?



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04 January 2018 15:37 Post ID: #1566789 - in reply to #1566634
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Adrift actually means late.

As in... What do you call a pile of snow, outside Drake Main Gate, at 5 past 8?
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04 January 2018 15:47 Post ID: #1566792 - in reply to #1566786
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ParisWall - 4/1/2018 15:18

FireWall - 4/1/2018 14:59

Following on from E4CBL, I thought I would post up some naval slang that might apply for your trip, the thing is the list was getting a bit long even after removing some, this is as far as I got.

Just couple of questions from me, who's going to serve the Blood Chit? And Swallow Knockers Anchor?

ADRIFT This is the accepted Naval word for anyone or anything that cannot be found when it is wanted.

TO SWALLOW THE ANCHOR - To leave the Navy for good - implying that one has no further use for the implement one has for so long trusted.

BALE The verb to bale out, meaning to remove water, comes from the old name "boyle" for a bucket.

BEAR UP! A sailing expression, meaning to bear the tiller up to windward in order to keep the vessel’s head away from the wind. It is in common use, with the metaphorical meaning of "Keep your spirits up!"

ROUND THE BEND General Navy slang for "half-witted".

THE BILBOES Old Naval slang name for leg-irons (referred to in the phrase "clapped him in irons".

BLACK-COATED WORKERS Common slang name for stewed prunes.

TO BLEED THE MONKEY To extract rum from its barrel by boring a small hole in the barrel.

THE BIGGEST BLOCK IN THE SHIP is the butcher’s block (Old Naval catch question).

BLOOD CHIT Naval slang name for the Indemnity Certificate required to be signed by a civilian before embarkation in a Service ship or aircraft.

BOBBERY Slang word for any hubbub, from Pidgin English; probably from an Indian soldier’s customary shrill outcry when disturbed.

BOTH SHEETS AFT An old Naval phrase descriptive of a sailor with his hands in his pockets.

BROWN JOB Naval nickname for a soldier.

BUN-WORRY (OR BUN-FIGHT) An old Naval officers’ slang name for a tea-party, with ladies, ashore.

BUM NUTS Naval Term for eggs


Thanks, very useful.

Is BLEEDING THE MONKEY something you'd do after SPANKING it?
:grin:


Good question, Obes?
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04 January 2018 15:55 Post ID: #1566793 - in reply to #1566785
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whiskylion - 4/1/2018 15:15

FireWall - 4/1/2018 14:59



TO BLEED THE MONKEY To extract rum from its barrel by boring a small hole in the barrel.





Sorry, but this is inaccurate.

For this to work, TWO small holes must be bored.

Trust me, I've done it often enough....


Good Knowledge Whisky, can you imagine the consternation, anxiety or trouble even with Knocker in charge of getting said alcohol out of wooden cast with just the single hole.

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04 January 2018 22:45 Post ID: #1566837 - in reply to #1566674
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High Life Street - 3/1/2018 15:50

the thing is with subs to away matches is that after a while all you breath is other people's farts, breath, yawns. there's no air coming in FFS.

i sometimes wretch on teh bus when the windows are always closed when i give this too much thoguht.

it's a no from me.


d'ont forget the crabs, must have a crab doctor aboard
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05 January 2018 08:14 Post ID: #1566849 - in reply to #1566634
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Just a couple of points to clear-up.

On Police advice, the Vasili Arkhipov will be a DRY vessel.

If you lads want to bring a couple of cans aboard that's fine.

But what we don't want is an unruly, mutinous crew; especially if Knocker's cooking isn't to everyones taste.

Last night I began the translation into English of the First Aid Cabinet items on the Arkhipov.

At the moment we have preparations for Athletes' Foot, Conjunctivitis and Haemorrhoids covered - anything else, best bring along your own potions.

Knocker will out in the Sub over the weekend - just staying on the surface for now until the weather improves a bit.

17 Tickets sold in total.


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05 January 2018 08:17 Post ID: #1566850 - in reply to #1566849
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ParisWall - 5/1/2018 08:14

Just a couple of points to clear-up.

On Police advice, the Vasili Arkhipov will be a DRY vessel.

If you lads want to bring a couple of cans aboard that's fine.

But what we don't want is an unruly, mutinous crew; especially if Knocker's cooking isn't to everyones taste.

Last night I began the translation into English of the First Aid Cabinet items on the Arkhipov.

At the moment we have preparations for Athletes' Foot, Conjunctivitis and Haemorrhoids covered - anything else, best bring along your own potions.

Knocker will out in the Sub over the weekend - just staying on the surface for now until the weather improves a bit.

17 Tickets sold in total.



can i vape?
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05 January 2018 08:40 Post ID: #1566855 - in reply to #1566850
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High Life Street - 5/1/2018 08:17

ParisWall - 5/1/2018 08:14

Just a couple of points to clear-up.

On Police advice, the Vasili Arkhipov will be a DRY vessel.

If you lads want to bring a couple of cans aboard that's fine.

But what we don't want is an unruly, mutinous crew; especially if Knocker's cooking isn't to everyones taste.

Last night I began the translation into English of the First Aid Cabinet items on the Arkhipov.

At the moment we have preparations for Athletes' Foot, Conjunctivitis and Haemorrhoids covered - anything else, best bring along your own potions.

Knocker will out in the Sub over the weekend - just staying on the surface for now until the weather improves a bit.

17 Tickets sold in total.




can i vape?


That's a good question mate.

I suppose it al depends on the flavour.

There's a lesbian down The Mount who smokes Clan in her pipe - reminds me of Rhubarb and Custard - that smell's alright.

Let me know the kind of fragrance you plan to be releasing on the Vasili.

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05 January 2018 09:55 Post ID: #1566867 - in reply to #1566634
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Vanilla Custard
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05 January 2018 10:23 Post ID: #1566874 - in reply to #1566867
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High Life Street - 5/1/2018 09:55

Vanilla Custard


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05 January 2018 11:01 Post ID: #1566882 - in reply to #1566634
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Will you be flying the Skull & Crossbones ?
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05 January 2018 11:46 Post ID: #1566897 - in reply to #1566882
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midway lion - 5/1/2018 11:01

Will you be flying the Skull & Crossbones ?


Although considered the Pirates of the Sea, it is not a done thing. Said Ensign is carried and I’ve only witnessed it raised once.

I have some ‘acquired’ nautical stock, so don’t mind assuming the Bosuns role....pending extra tot allowance.

Re the can allowance.
Normally 3 cans per man per day, which can be stashed and sunk in 1 sesh.
Courage Sparkling Beer - CSB
Special Vat Cider
Fosters (‘Kin dreadful)
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05 January 2018 11:48 Post ID: #1566899 - in reply to #1566634
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........wish I hadn't done, what I did! Could still be doing this shit, rather than rattlin’ on about it.

‘Nuff said!
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08 January 2018 08:13 Post ID: #1567291 - in reply to #1566897
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E4CBL - 5/1/2018 11:46

midway lion - 5/1/2018 11:01

Will you be flying the Skull & Crossbones ?


Although considered the Pirates of the Sea, it is not a done thing. Said Ensign is carried and I’ve only witnessed it raised once.

I have some ‘acquired’ nautical stock, so don’t mind assuming the Bosuns role....pending extra tot allowance.

Re the can allowance.
Normally 3 cans per man per day, which can be stashed and sunk in 1 sesh.
Courage Sparkling Beer - CSB
Special Vat Cider
Fosters (‘Kin dreadful)


E4CBL

In actual fact mate, you could the be just the bloke we are looking for!

When you mention 'nautical stock' -i s that similar to an Oxo Cube?

Have ever watched 'Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World?'

I picked most of my Navy stuff off of it. I was always under the impression that 'Beating To Stations' was a pseudonym for masturbation on Thames Link - just show you how wrong you can be.

Anyway, the Bosun's role is yours; should you feel up to the job.

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08 January 2018 08:50 Post ID: #1567293 - in reply to #1566634
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If the game is called off for frozen pitch etc could we divert and do some whale watching? Also is there a glass bottom on this vessel if so I will bring my marine camera..
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09 January 2018 08:07 Post ID: #1567446 - in reply to #1567293
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wellers_shot - 8/1/2018 08:50

If the game is called off for frozen pitch etc could we divert and do some whale watching? Also is there a glass bottom on this vessel if so I will bring my marine camera..


No mate, if you want to get involved in Wales watching, get yourself down The Mumbles for the weekend.

We don't actually mention the word "glass" or "bottom" on here - Kev was admitted to Eastbourne District General two yours ago with a bottle up his bottle.

He was erecting a new blind early one Sunday morning in the kitchen, slipped and fell onto a bottle of Iron Bru - poor lad was naked at the time.

The bloke couldn't walk straight for over a fortnight.

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